Like a lot of Chinese economic decisions these days, the proposal by Hong Kong development company HKND to build an artificial waterway across Nicaragua is beginning to look like all hat, and no canal. 789 more words
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It’s conventional wisdom in Silicon Valley that none of the so-called unicorn startups, valued at $1 billion and up, are actually worth their $1 billion (and up) valuations. 766 more words
It’s officially been 6 months since the little startup company I worked for got bought by a giant. It sure has been a whirlwind of a 6 months, but I’d like to take the time to talk about some of the key differences I have seen so far between the startup and the giant (the >>> stands for MUCH GREATER than): 779 more words
Consider, for a moment, the challenge Facebook has when it comes to managing its people.
Facebook currently has 3,200 employees worldwide.
That number, already up from a mere dozen people in 2005, is going to grow a lot in the next couple years as Facebook begins life as a public company. 516 more words
Earlier this week, Facebook made a big change to its chat app, Messenger: It’s no longer requiring people to have a Facebook account to join. 350 more words
Ratan Tata and his team faced “humiliation” when they went to sell the group’s fledgling car business to Ford in 1999, but came back to “do a big favour” just nine years later by taking over the American giant’s marquee brands Jaguar and Land Rover. 312 more words